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Quantum information processing with silicon-on-insulator based single electron transistors

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I will describe recent progress in the Cryogenic Instrumentation for Quantum Electronics (CIQE) EPSRC Basic Technology project. This project has provided a custom dilution refidgerator with cryogenic CMOS measurement electronics, enabling a four orders of magnitude improvement in measurement speed compared to conventional room temperature electronics. As an example, I will show a single shot measurement of a single electron excitation within an SOI SET .

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